Eastbury Manor House Walled Gardens and Herb Garden
(Photo: Colin Wing)
Eastbury Manor House is a grade I-listed Elizabethan manor with well-preserved walled gardens - a hidden gem. The walled garden retains its original internal brickwork, together with the bee boles used by the family for honey. An island of calm in a bustling location, the garden is attractively situated by the renewed façade of the house. The herb garden features herbs and flowers that would have been used in the Tudor era for cooking, dying fabric and medicines.
- Sunday 12:00–17:00
- Guided tours throughout the day. Children's crafts and trails, and garden rangers on hand to answer questions. Refreshments and food served all day at the Eastbury Kitchen. More details of other activities nearer the time. Contact 020 8227 2942 or visit our website or Facebook page.
Main entrance in Eastbury Square.
Nearest postcode: IG11 9SN
- 287, 368, 62
- Disabled toilet on site.
- Wheelchair access via Eastbury Square. Gardens fully accessible. Disability platform available.
- Dogs on leads